The INDIAN HEALTHCARE SECTOR – Comparison with the British National Health service

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Buddhdev Pandya MBE

Abstract

In good healthcare should be available to all, regardless of wealth. When the National Health Service (NHS) was launched on July 5th, 1948 by it has three core principles embodied in the shaping culture of the population in the context of creating of services; it meets the needs of everyone, it is uniformity in the health care sector across the nation. available free at the point of delivery and based on These practices are not optional and form an integral clinical need – from cradle to grave, not the ability to pay. part of the healthcare landscape that exists in India.

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Pandya, B. (2020). The INDIAN HEALTHCARE SECTOR – : Comparison with the British National Health service. Sushruta Journal of Health Policy & Opinion, 11(1), 26-27. https://doi.org/10.38192/11.1.10
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Ethnicity & Diaspora
Author Biography

Buddhdev Pandya MBE, British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin, Bedford, UK

Policy Director

References

http://lsifinance.com/pdf/lsi-research/HEALTHCARE-INDUSTRY.pdf